Olaf Breuning's Rainbow Smoke

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 20, 2015
Whether or not you're a fan of the "Station to Station" project, the "happening" that travels around the country in a locomotive packed with musicians and artists, there's no denying that Olaf Breuning's Smoke Bomb installation is stunning and generated the most memorable moments and images from Station to Station's latest rail trip. 

Portraits by Sujin Lee

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 20, 2015
Sujin Lee draws curious portraits, as if the ladies in Picasso's "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" got a contemporary makeover. We got in touch with the Seoul, South Korea-based artist to find out what her work is all about.

Lonac Paints "White Noise" for Croatia's Boombarstick Festival

Street Art // Monday, July 20, 2015
Along with big and well known festivals in major cities around the world, there is still a strong DIY scene out there putting out some great events and producing some amazing street work. The little historic town of Vodnjan in Istria, Croatia, is this year hosting their 3rd edition of Boombarstick festival, and one of the invited artists recently finished his mural.

ICYMI: POW! WOW! Long Beach

Street Art // Monday, July 20, 2015
As you probably know, POW! WOW! is a public art festival that started in Hong Kong and quickly spread to Hawaii, Taiwan, SXSW, and most recently, the city they call Long Beach. Fafi, Low Bros, James Jean, Hueman, Madsteez, Nychos, Aaron de la Cruz, Jeff Soto, Brendan Monroe, Craola, and many more artists left their mark in SoCal with an impressive collection of freshly painted walls. 

New Jeremy Mann Monograph

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 20, 2015
827 Ink recently announced “Mann Vol. 1” the debut monograph by acclaimed Bay Area painter, Jeremy Mann. Born in 1979, Jeremy Mann is a contemporary painter originally from Ohio, and now residing in the San Francisco Bay Area

10 People That Prove New Mexico Is America’s Best-Kept Secret Art Destination

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 20, 2015
Traditionally, when you think of art in America your thoughts go to New York’s art scenes in Soho and Williamsburg; iconic metropolitan museums you visited as a kid, like Chicago’s Art Institute or San Francisco’s MoMA; the Getty’s “like”-inducing selfie backdrops in Los Angles; or Wynwood’s graffiti-covered walls in Miami. What usually doesn’t come to mind, however, are Southwestern cities like Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico, but they should.

The Grifters-Graffiti Without Graffiti

Graffiti // Sunday, July 19, 2015
While most graffiti books just have pictures of finished pieces and maybe some action shots, the people over at The Grifters have gone above that with their new book called "Graffiti Without Graffiti," which shows how much work can go into getting a spot sometimes.

"My Dakota: Photographs by Rebecca Norris Webb" @ The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland

Photography // Sunday, July 19, 2015
“They say your first death is like your first love—and you’re never quite the same afterwards,” says Rebecca Norris Webb. The artist, who has long lived in New York City, embarked in 2005 to photograph her home state of South Dakota. After one of her brothers unexpectedly died the following year, her images began to change. Tones became more muted and delicate, the palette more autumnal.

Mauricio Toro Goya's Show at MACO in Oaxaca

Juxtapoz // Sunday, July 19, 2015
In one of the alternating exhibit rooms at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Oaxaca, under dim lights, stand a group of very shocking images by Chilean artist Mauricio Toro Goya under the title Milagreros. He was born in 1970 in the city of Vallenar, he has a background in design, art and photography and indulges in the exploration of old techniques as a base for his artistic proposal. 

Signe Pierce’s neo reality

Photography // Saturday, July 18, 2015
Pink rules everything around Signe Pierce, as well as Neon and anything surrounding around that Miami Vice vibe. The multi-disciplinary artist based in Los Angeles has in her young age created a unique visual language using photography and video as her medium. Her “social experiment” video American Reflexx created with her partner Alli Coates, is by far her most challenging piece of work and for us difficult to watch. 

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